ARVORE has announced that the fan-favorite second installment in the series, Pixel Ripped 1995, is finally getting an enhanced port for PSVR 2. Implementing better graphics, head rumble and more, this upgraded version of Pixel Ripped 1995 will launch later this month.
Following the successful launch of Pixel Ripped 1978, the latest installment in the franchise, the highly regarded VR adventure Pixel Ripped 1995 is also coming to PlayStation 5. Acclaimed for its game-within-a-game-concept, this entry takes you on a nostalgic journey to the era of 16-bit and 32-bit classics. This new release will be enhanced and improved for PSVR 2.
In this videogame saga, our virtual hero Dot has a mission to restore balance across various dimensions. The solution? Recruiting the best gamer of 1995, an 11-year old kid named David. Embark on a quest alongside this dynamic duo, navigating through lovingly recreated throwbacks to your most cherished moments playing all-time classics in your bedroom, the rental game store or the arcade, all within an immersive VR world.
Pixel Ripped 1995 PSVR 2 Enhancements
As stated above, the PSVR 2 edition of Pixel Ripped 1995 will come with numerous enhancements. These are designed specifically to take advantage of the PSVR 2’s unique capabilities. The details of which, verbatim from ARVORE, follow below:
- Enhanced Performance and Graphics
The game now delivers fluidity and sharpness like never before. Leave the constraints of 60fps behind and elevate your gameplay with an amazing 120fps experience!
- Head Rumble
With the groundbreaking headset rumble feature on PSVR2, players will be able to feel the action and tension of each moment and get even more immersed in the story!
- Adaptive Triggers
The introduction of adaptive triggers adds an entirely new dimension of immersion. With this special rumble feature, players will be able to experience the game with the enhanced touch and motion sensors in the all-new PSVR2 controller!
Pixel Ripped 1995 will launch on 12th September, 2023, on the PlayStation Store. The game will be priced at $19.99 USD/€19.99 EUR. However, those who already own the game for the original PlayStation VR will offered an upgrade to the enhanced version on PSVR 2 for free.
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